The Psychics Blog
# 36 Talkers Thoughts on The Inner Babbler
Well now, here we are, with a need to get you, to know what I call my “Babbler”. History is rich with descriptions that can apply to the babbler in each of us. I even suspect that while we each, have a personal babbler, deep within us, there is a “highly individualized” Babbler.
The field of psychology and psychiatry would have a field day with this issue of ones babbler.
So, within a broad scope of “normal” you’re not really crazy or nuts, as some would say, if you mention a “voice” in your head is speaking to you. So who or what is that voice that is incessantly chattering away. Constantly reminding you of bills unpaid, desires for a new car, pro and con choices of having an increase of family, job concerns, health concerns, actually this list is without end. What ever those inner voices are saying, they are your own unique voices. Childhood upbringing, religious teachings, blended well with incoming experiences are what determine “what you are hearing” in your head.
So how can one be sure if those whisperings are normal, bad or good to follow through on! Are you “nuts” in that sense of the word, to listen and follow certain inner prompts? The pulpit will point one to the bible for guidance. Esoteric, metaphysical, and occult disciplines will all point you toward other sayings. I like and have adopted the Huna saying of “cause no deliberate harm to another”. That’s it in a nutshell. No complicated things to follow. Don’t deliberately set out to harm anyone, for any reason. Again, that’s it. Accidental harm can happen, but unless it was deliberately intended to harm, one is not racking up “bad” Karma points. Karma is another area of great confusion. Will refrain going into that subject for now though.
While there seems to be a “chief” honcho I refer to as Babbler, there are many other babbler relatives that get into the act. What are their names you may well ask! Well, from my take on it all, lets call them all by terms one is familiar with. Babbler can manifest as love, hate, anger, frustration, doubt, sickness, wellness, poverty, wealth, greed, and envy, with many unmentioned, each with many sub-titles. The various titles and sub-titles can and often do, force one into making choices. At this “split in the road of choices” is how, what is commonly called “good or bad” rears its head.
The reaction to ones action, is the determining factor at that point. Equilibrium is maintained if well balanced with heavy doses of common sense. Ones Babbler can be reeducated to use common sense, if that quality is missing, its not automatic by nature.
I’ve read that one needs to “still” that chatter going on in ones head. But then what! Golly, I sure don’t want a blank mind, do you? Far better to my way of thinking is to “reeducate” the chatterer. Would actually take a book sized tome to cover all the twist turns and angles involved here, but will leave it, as is, for now.